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Bigfoot Exists (They Say)

 

Their Proof Suggests It’s a Human Hybrid

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Skippy Massey
Humboldt Sentinel

 

 

NEW YORKScientists claim to have found new evidence,
including DNA samples and never before seen videos, that prove
the existence of mysterious Bigfoot.

Some swear Bigfoot exists.  Others are convinced it’s a fake.   But the Sasquatch legend has taken yet another turn a few days ago when the Erickson Project — a group of researchers who have devoted their lives to proving the existence of Bigfoot — say they now have proof and revealed the findings of their five-year study.

DNA samples and video footage of an alleged Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, sleeping in the Kentucky were presented this week by researchers in Texas who claim it all belongs to a ‘human hybrid’ .

The statements are supposedly backed by 11 outside laboratories and universities, which reviewed the findings and provided with blind samples, according to a report by researchers with the Sasquatch Genome Project.  Dr. Melba Ketchum called the project “a serious study.”

Among the findings presented by the researchers is footage of what is described as “a reddish brown Sasquatch juvenile” sleeping in the woods after being tracked with her mother.

Other findings include photos of coarse horse-like hair and at least one tissue sample believed by the group to be from an actual Sasquatch.  Another photo appears to show “fresh” drops of blood and large marks from “fangs” said to have punctured a metal downspout, according to the report.

“Approximately one hundred and thirteen separate samples of hair, blood, mucus, toenail, bark scrapings, saliva and skin with hair and subcutaneous tissue attached were submitted by dozens of individuals and groups from thirty-four separate hominin collection sites around North America,” the report said.

Though all of the samples turned out to be possibly human, when the samples were broadened into wider genome sequences some parts of the DNA were found to be identical to no other species previously known to man, according to Ketchum.

This led researchers to believe they have discovered a genetic hybrid, which would change what is believed about evolution in the scientific community.  The samples indicate the genetic material “originated from modern human females,” noted Ketchum.

Don’t hold your breath.  With a wide history of hoaxing behind the subject, Bigfoot’s “researchers” may hold more sincerity than they do credibility.

 

 

 

Via ABC News, CNN, Huffington Post, and Discovery 
Images by R. Crumb

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One Response to “Bigfoot Exists (They Say)”

  1. Steve Lewis says:

    I remember when a group of hippie sillies from the Bay Diarhea wanted to buy the land next to us up in the SoHum hills. They called themselves the Church of the One Big Heart so we formed our own association, the Church of the One Big Foot. They didn’t stay so it just goes to show what what whatever..

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